ADDIE Model of Instructional Design (Analysis (During this phase,…
ADDIE Model of Instructional Design
During this phase, instructional designers analyze the variable involved in creating a course. This helps them determine the course's goals.
Who are the learners?
Why is the course needed?
What needs to be taught?
How quickly do the learners need to use the skills?
How will the training be conducted?
Where will the training be conducted?
How will the new skills be taught?
What do the learners already know in regard to this topic?
During this phase, instructional designers determine learning objectives and the materials that will be used to teach the topic.
IDs determine the learning objectives.
Lesson plans/topics are decided.
Activities/exercises/assessments are determined.
IDs brainstorm the media that will be used.
Decide where the course will be built (e.g., LMS or website).
During this stage, instructional designers determine how the course will be developed (e.g., in-house or outsourced), get copyright permissions, and building the content in LMS or website.
Demo materials for stakeholders.
Refine/revise materials as needed.
During this phase, instructional designers deliver the course to stakeholders.
Provide support as needed.
Train users to use the course.
During this phase, instructional designers collect feedback from users. This data is used to inform the next iteration of the course. IDs learn what is working and what isn't. They use this information to improve the next version.
Did users have a positive experience?
Were the required skills taught?
Did the program change users' behaviors?
Was the organized impacted in a positive way?